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and you like energy. no google. know tech. >> we own some google, we and some names like that. we would not be buying them today. trying to give viewers an opportunity where they can put capital, where they should be allocating today. is clearly something where gold miners as an example we are probably early but we believe there's a double value over the next 24 to 36 months that come out 60%. we want to start accumulating those. energy still looks very good. that is the secular trend. when we look at bond the fed is going to take their paddle off of the accelerator and when they do long-term interest rates, not short-term but long-term interest rates are going to spike and people are going to be very, very sorry if they did not trend depositions or reduce their durations or if they're looking to make profits to shorten those bond positions as well. dennis: thank you for that, good day to you. cheryl: want to remind everyone you are looking at a live picture, we are told the president and the turkish prime minister at the top of the hour, and we will keep the shocked and, obviously we w
is that every other study that has been done out there, whether done for the department of energy or, you have had mitt, a report released yesterday by icf, all say this is a net economic plus for the country no matter how much we end up exporting there is so much international competition for the lng market right now, there are already 63 different facilities around the world either planned or under construction. there is no guaranty how much of that market that the u.s. producers are going to get but --. melissa: i'm sorry. i got to stop you because that doesn't really answer the question. how do you balance between exporting and using it here at home? yes it is a economic benefit no matter what you do with it. a lot of people argue if we keep it here at home the benefit is even greater because it adds to manufacturing and creates more job. how do you respond to that specific argument? >> i think it is a false choice. i don't think all the data is right there if you look at everyone of the other studies they say we will have more manufacturing, we will be able to maintain, you know, reasonab
years. that is the word from the international energy agency, all thanks to the rowing production from fracking and other technologies that access once inaccessible reserves. the latest forecast marks a shift in the iea's latest thinking. fox business contributor phil flynn of the price futures group is in the trading pits of the cme for us where i imagine announcement like that doesn't necessarily impact day-to-day prices but certainly does over the long term in a big way. >> no. but you know what? i'll tell you, melissa, it has been impacting prices over the last couple months. we're seeing it in gasoline prices. we're seeing it in oil prices. we're seeing it in the brent-wti spread coming in dramatic the last couple weeks. we're hearing from the international energy agency which normally is conservative type agency sending out words sending global shockwaves to the global marketplace, a global supply shock to the world. it is amazing how the world changed in the last couple of years. think of this. you know, the north american, north america will exceed opec for production growth ov
or drugs or energy, all of those names in those groups have a up arrows, jpmorgan, merck, microsoft, ge, bowing to name a few of arrows, we have news about china, economists cutting their growth forecasts for china but so far so good as we are setting up for another record-setting day on wall street. would be all time highs. connell: late tuesday for whatever reason. dagen: a massive and unprecedented intrusion, the associated press up in arms over a secret subpoena used by the justice department to obtain two months of phone records from the news agency. connell: investigators, a story about a cia operation that's not an al qaeda affiliate in yemen for detonating a bomb on a u.s. bound airliner. reacting to the news house speaker john major's office saying, quote, they better have a damn good explanation. monica crowley is here, fox news contributor and talk-show host mike baker here as well, former cia covert operations, president of diligence, global security firm and bent joins us, director of the aclu speech privacy technology project. what do you make of this? >> i second what joh
, you know issue everybody thinks about energy, but there's technology, exports, construction, a lot of positives. >> do you think being in a state like texas where you have no state income tax, more business friendly corporate tax environment, does that help when you have a bank like yourself that's catering to usinesses? obviously, businesses are coming to texas and leaving california. we know that. >> i think it's tremendous. you know, business people want a place that's healthy for them, and texas is that place, and that's the reason all the u-haul trucks head to texas. >> what do you think is so great, pun intended about the state of texas? >> well, i think it's all the things you said. i think it's the great market. people enjoy business. they -- that's the reason i'm passionate about customers. >> uh-huh. >> is -- and customers there want to do business. you know, people don't want to go in reverse. they want to build. they want to go forward. that's how texas thinks. >> when you have small business ordinary persons or even large business owners, they want to finance and grow
market. today, the department of energy approved lng exports to non-trade agreement countries. this is opening the door in the beginning of a new era where the u.s. will be a major exporter to other countries. basically, this is the movement. it shows you how the natural gas market has changed. it also means for prices down r. the more we export, the more we will get more in line with prices around the rest of the globe. it is a new day for natural gas and a host stored day as well. the former ceo of groupon is going back to its roots. he is heading to san francisco to start a new company. it is not exactly clear what the company will be or do. he writes in his blog that the album will be the inspiration for this new idea. the stock really suffered under mason. it has been rebounding. >> macy's is opening a bloomingdale's in hawaii. the store will be 167,000 square feet and will open by the fall of 2015. take a look at shares of macy's. the stock is up $0.37. it is over. this has been a good story to follow. the group led by indian billionaire will buy 65% of the team for a re
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